Style your wedding in partnership with Neil Lane

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About Neil Lane

Neil Lane is a celebrated designer, collector, curator, and bridal authority woven into Hollywood’s DNA. With an eye for style and elegance, Lane is a jewelry expert and an avid collector of rare jewels, sculptures, and fine art. He shares his unique aesthetic with his fans and customers around the world with his Neil Lane Bridal® collection at Kay® Jewellers . From the moment a couple makes their commitment official, Lane is part of their love story . He makes his mark beginning at the engagement, throughout the planning phases, on the wedding day, and beyond.

Style your wedding with Neil Lane

"Style Your Wedding” with Neil Lane is the perfect coffee table book or gift for newly engaged friends. This beautifully curated book, guides readers through the process of selecting and refining their own wedding aesthetic. Rich photography showcases six key wedding styles, from rustic to lavish, with Neil's personal take on what makes each style distinct and how to turn your big day into something uniquely and very decidedly your own.

“I wanted this book to inspire couples, while simplifying the planning process, so they can create a singular aesthetic for their wedding, one that is completely their own.

It was a lot of fun putting this book together, conceiving the different themes and seeing my vision for each come to life. There are so many different options for couples planning their weddings today—almost too many.”

– Neil Lane